assessment

Women Olympics Activities from Edcite

If you’re looking for engaging standards-based formative assessments, check out Edcite. It’s a popular platform I have shared before. Edcite offers an extensive library full of teacher-created assignments you will certainly want to explore – including on women olympics! Now, just in time for Women’s History Month and the upcoming Summer Olympic Games there are special new resources. […]

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Create Interactive Lessons and Monitor Progress Live with Stile

Stile is a power tool for creating and teaching interactive lessons.  Not only can you quickly create interactive lessons, you can also monitor progress live and provide real-time feedback, all in a single platform. Lessons in Stile include an easy drag and drop lesson builder. Teachers can choose to add a variety of content. This can include videos, […]

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Create Rubrics Online with Quick Rubric Grading Tool

Quick Rubric is an online tool that lets users easily create rubrics.  Teachers can create a free account and design their own rubrics on the web.  Quick Rubric gives teachers a space to create, edit, copy, save, share, and print rubrics all from their web browser.  The straightforward interface lets teachers add columns and organize expectations […]

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Edcite Free Digital Assignment Tool for Teachers

 Edcite is a free website for teachers. It helps teachers to find, create, or share interactive digital assignment options and assessments. Edcite not only wants to give teachers autonomy and ownership over their content. But they also aim to make digital content engaging for students. Teachers can build their own assignments. They can choose from […]

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TELL Test of English Language Learning: Tablet-Based Assessment

Earlier this year Pearson launched TELL (Test of English Language Learning), a tablet-based assessment.  It can support schools as they work with English Language Learners (ELLs) to build English language skills. TELL uses automated scoring technology to give teachers quick access to formative assessment data.  This information also helps district leaders by giving them the data they need to […]

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CanaryGrading: Review & Grade Student Work Anytime

Earlier this year I shared Canaryflow, a workflow tool that makes it easier for teachers to assign lessons and students to submit work.  The team at Canary Learning has just introduced a grading tool called CanaryGrading.  In addition to handing out and collecting assignments teacher can also grade student work within the Canary Learning platform.  CanaryGrading makes it […]

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Deliver Collaborative Lessons and Assessments with MimioMobile

This month Mimio launched MimioMobile for the Web — a new version of its MimioMobile application.  The web application lets educators deliver collaborative lessons and assessments to their entire class.  The release of their web version means that MimioMobile now works on virtually any device. MimioMobile now works on almost any device — Apple and Android smartphones and tablets, laptops, and even […]

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Turn Assessments into Fun Classroom Quizzes with Quizalize

Quizalize is a great online tool that lets teachers turn quick classroom quizzes into exciting multi-player games.  Teachers can create a quiz on any subject they want. They can slo use one of the hundreds of quizzes teachers have already created in the Quizalize Marketplace.  Students can take the quiz on any device with a browser. This includes […]

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Online Math Homework: Problem Solving with SOLVY

SOLVY is a totally free online math homework platform for students, teachers and schools.  With SOLVY students can access math problems that have been handpicked by their teachers.  Teachers can assign exercises for students based on their interest and needs. They’ll receive notifications when students require extra support based on their homework performance. Online Math Homework […]

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Things to Learn – Study Tools for iOS

Things to Learn was first created to help students with little or no keyboard skills. Specifically to study for Spelling Bees on their own.  This study tools app lets children listen to the words. Then they spell and write the answer on their iPad using handwriting or the keyboard. Families and teachers can participate in the process too. This happens by […]

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